Kahuku Red Raiders football

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(since 1973)

Titles won by Kahuku since the state championship era began in 1999. The Red Raiders won in 2000, ’01, ’03, ’05, ’06, ’11, ’12 and ’15.
Most passing yards in a game, by Walter Santiago in a 42-7 win over Pearl City on Oct. 3, 1987.
Most rushing yards in a game, by Mark Atuaia in a 57-42 win over Castle on Sept. 21, 1990.
Most receiving yards in a game, by Uli Abbott in a 43-7 win over Kalani on Sept. 21, 1984.
Most points scored in a game, during an 83-0 win over Radford on Sept. 9, 2016.
Most points allowed in a game, during a 45-24 loss to Saint Louis on Aug. 17, 2013.
Walter SantiagoMalosi TeoMark AtuaiaPele SoliaiAofaga Wily
Walter Santiago, shown here against Kaimuki in 1987, is one of three QBs in Kahuku history to have thrown for more than 300 yards in a game. He threw for 325 in a 42-7 win over Pearl City in ’87. (Star-Advertiser file photo)
Running back Malosi Teo tried to elude Punahou's Sam Higgins in the 2005 Division I state championship game on Dec. 2. Teo had a career-high 262 yards in the Red Raiders' 28-21 win over the Buffanblu, giving him 1,024 yards over his final six high school games. (George F. Lee / Star-Advertiser)
Running back Mark Atuaia held the Hawaii high school career rushing record for eight years with 4,146 yards and 51 touchdowns in 29 games. Atuaia ran for 2,377 yards and 30 touchdowns in 10 games as a senior in 1990. (Star-Advertiser file)
Pele Soliai caught a 43-yard touchdown pass as time expired to give Kahuku a 22-20 win over Baldwin in the 2006 state semifinals. The Red Raiders went on to defeat Saint Louis for the state title a week later. (Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser)
Running back Aofaga Wily broke Mark Atuaia’s 22-year-old school rushing record, finishing his career with 4,205 yards and 50 touchdowns in 32 games. (Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser)

All-Time Leaders

Mark Atuaia3509/21/1990CastleW, 57-42
Mark Atuaia3369/7/1990McKinleyW, 59-12
Mark Atuaia31910/19/1990KalaheoW, 63-14
Micah Strickland30510/8/2004RooseveltW, 67-21
Mark Atuaia29510/26/1990KalaniW, 64-13
Jason Keo27911/10/1995WaianaeW, 33-20
Talimoni Talimoni2689/25/1998LeilehuaW, 58-0
Malosi Teo26212/2/2005PunahouW, 28-21
Mark Atuaia25310/15/1988KalaniW, 40-12
Malosi Teo24811/11/2005AieaW, 26-16
Walter Santiago32510/3/1987Pearl CityW, 42-7
Kolo Funaki3179/22/1995CampbellW, 48-14
Inoke Funaki30711/16/2001LahainalunaW, 57-14
Inoke Funaki2988/17/2001Skyline (Utah)W, 19-14
Walter Santiago2779/26/1987KalaniW, 55-6
Inoke Funaki2769/28/2001at KailuaW, 48-7
Inoke Funaki2689/22/2000WaianaeL, 7-12
Inoke Funaki24610/12/2001at LeilehuaW, 43-8
Wayne Fonoimoana24510/29/1998KaimukiW, 61-7
Tuli Wily-Matagi2389/20/2013McKinleyW, 44-28
Uli Abbott1889/21/1984KalaniW, 43-7
Itula Mili18411/2/1990KaimukiW, 49-6
Spencer Hafoka1838/29/2003WaianaeW, 36-0
Itula Mili1749/15/1989RooseveltW, 20-13
Spencer Hafoka17210/8/2004RooseveltW, 67-21
Spencer Hafoka17110/29/2004AieaW, 32-8
Darren Nawahine1679/21/1991KalaniW, 75-12
Punga Vea1668/14/2010WaianaeW, 27-7
Fakaloloma Olevao16111/19/1999KonawaenaW, 47-14
Itula Mili15510/19/1989KailuaW, 41-22

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